unsuspectingness love



from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state of being unsuspecting; freedom from suspicion.


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  • And, though piqued by their unsuspectingness, he at the same time feared lest it should not be absolute, and he have the ill-luck to hit on a practitioner who had heard of his stray spurts of doctoring and written him down a charlatan and a quack.

    Australia Felix

  • His tranquil unsuspectingness of the relativity of his own place in the social scale was probably irritating to M. de Bellegarde, who saw himself reflected in the mind of his potential brother-in-law in a crude and colorless form, unpleasantly dissimilar to the impressive image projected upon his own intellectual mirror.

    The American

  • Her horrible isolation of secrecy in a world amiable in unsuspectingness frightened her.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith


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